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Present Simple Use

Present Simple Use
Okay, now you know how to make the present simple. But how do we use it? In fact, we use this tense in several different situations: (More about the difference between the present simple and the present continuous here.) My Present Simple Video 1: First, we use the Present Simple when something is generally true: The sun rises in the east.People need food.It snows in winter.The sky isn't green.Plants die without water.Two and two make four. 2: We also need to use this tense for a situation that we think is more or less permanent (see the present continuous for a temporary situation - one which we think won't last long): Where do you live? 3: The next use is for habits or things that we do regularly. Do you smoke? 4: Four, we use the simple present to talk about what happens in books, plays, or films: 5: We use it in the first and the zero conditionals: If it rains, I won't come.If you heat water to 100 degrees, it boils. 6: Strangely, we can use this tense to talk about the future.

Form (Download this explanation in PDF) We need to use the Present Simple a lot in English, so it's really important to understand it well. Many students have problems with the form (or how to make it). If you'd prefer to learn about how to USE the Present Simple jump to this page.Or, click here for all the practice exercises about this tense. Simple present tense with 'be' The verb 'be' is different from the other verbs in this tense. Here's the positive form (positive means a normal sentence, not a negative or a question. Click here to practise making the positive with 'be'. Next, here's the negative. Click here to practise making the negative with 'be'. And finally let's talk about the question form of the present simple with 'be'. Firstly, here's the 'yes / no' question form: Click here to practise making yes / no questions with 'be'. If you'd like to make a 'wh' question, you just put the question word at the front: Click here to practise making 'wh' questions with 'be' . Don't forget the 's'!

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Present Simple Exercise 1 Here's an exercise where you need to make the present simple positive. Click here to review how to make the present simple tense.Click here to download this exercise in PDF (with answers)Click here for more present simple exercises Don't forget the 's'! Learning English as a foreign language: Tip #1 Read often in English. Click here for more present simple exercises

Present Simple Grammar and Sentences Interactive Grammar Game Practice Present Simple Grammar and Sentences with this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar Interactive Monkey Fun Game for Beginners (sings, listens, etc). ESL Learners and Teachers can use it to review English vocabulary and grammar or simply practice these words. The present simple tense is often used for habitual or regular actions. We often use time expressions like 'Everyday, every morning, often, usually' being used with the present simple tense. There are images and in some cases audio in these types of games. Drag and drop the words into the correct spaces to complete the sentence. Games are great for motivating students to learn. More Games

Present Simple Exercise 2 Here's an exercise where you need to make the present simple negative. Click here to review how to make the present simple. Click here to download this exercise in PDF (with answers)Click here for more present simple exercises Learning English as a foreign language: Tip #3 Try reading a newspaper in English - there will be a lot of difficult words, it's true, but don't try to read the whole thing at once. Click here for more present simple exercises

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